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Flickering color tube on sony KV-27V40

The color on my Sony is actually flickering in and out. The TV seems to work fine but the colors are just not working well and when i touch the TV it sounds like it's loose on the inside. Wanted to know if the faulty coloring can be fixed easily or is it prob. dead?

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Good day.

I beleive the problem is with the loose solder along the ICs and CRT board. Dont worry, That problem is repairable.



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Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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